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Menards Stores: Crescent 1/4" Drive Mechanic Socket Set: 27-Pc Metric, 26-Pc SAE EXPIRED

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Menards [store locator] has select Crescent 1/4" Drive Mechanic's Socket Sets on sale for $12.99 each. Purchase In-Store where stock permits to save on shipping and processing fee costs.

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Available sets:Product Details:
  • Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty
  • 26-piece set includes:
    • 1x 1/4" drive 72-tooth quick release teardrop 6" ratchet
    • 1x 1/4" drive 6" extension
    • 1x drive bit adapter
    • 9x 1/4" drive deep SAE sockets (3/16", 7/32", 1/4", 9/32", 5/16", 11/32", 3/8", 7/16", and 1/2")
    • 10x 1/4" drive standard length SAE sockets (5/32", 3/16", 7/32", 1/4", 9/32", 5/16", 11/32", 3/8", 7/16", and 1/2")
    • 4x insert drive bits (slotted 5/32", slotted 7/32", Phillips 1, and 2)
  • 27-piece set includes:
    • 1x 1/4" drive 72-tooth push-button ratchet
    • 1x 1/4" drive 6" extension
    • 1x drive bit adapter
    • 10x 1/4" drive deep metric sockets (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13mm)
    • 10x 1/4" drive standard metric sockets (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13mm)
    • 4x insert drive bits (slotted 5/32", slotted 7/32", Phillips #1, and #2)

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    • Offer valid through December 11, 2022, while supplies last.
    • This deal is $12 off (48% savings) the listed retail price of $$24.99.
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Crescent® 1/4" Drive SAE Mechanic's Socket Set - 26 Piece
Model Number: CSWS2C Menards ® SKU: 2446082

Crescent® 1/4" Drive Metric Mechanic's Socket Set - 27 Piece
Model Number: CSCWS3C Menards ® SKU: 2446084

https://www.menards.com/main/find...A5NTE4NQS2

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It's probably the most used size by car mechanics.

The metric set goes up to 13mm, that covers 95% of interior work.
You obviously don't work on stuff very often. Been wrenching for a long time and the 1/4" ratchet probably has the most use of them all. That goes for automotive work, and electrical/engineering stuff, not counting all the personal stuff too.
Agreed. 1/4 drive maybe I use occasionally under dash or when space is an issue. Otherwise it's nearly always 3/8 or even more so 1/2. I'm a hobbyist working on cars for years, and in particular for older cars, 1/4 typically doesn't cut it for much, due to lack of leverage on fasteners.

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Very cheap but no one uses 1/4 drive sockets unless you have to
It's probably the most used size by car mechanics.

The metric set goes up to 13mm, that covers 95% of interior work.
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Very cheap but no one uses 1/4 drive sockets unless you have to
You obviously don't work on stuff very often. Been wrenching for a long time and the 1/4" ratchet probably has the most use of them all. That goes for automotive work, and electrical/engineering stuff, not counting all the personal stuff too.
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Very cheap but no one uses 1/4 drive sockets unless you have to
Agreed. 1/4 drive maybe I use occasionally under dash or when space is an issue. Otherwise it's nearly always 3/8 or even more so 1/2. I'm a hobbyist working on cars for years, and in particular for older cars, 1/4 typically doesn't cut it for much, due to lack of leverage on fasteners.
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You obviously don't work on stuff very often. Been wrenching for a long time and the 1/4" ratchet probably has the most use of them all. That goes for automotive work, and electrical/engineering stuff, not counting all the personal stuff too.
Motorcycles, car interior/body pieces, etc. I've even use them occasionally when I really should have a 3/8 if they are near by, and I've yet to break a tool/socket. If you are just buying one set of sockets, go 3/8, but if you already have a set, $13 is a solid investment in your sanity for small work.
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Please tell me its a free shipping.
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Please tell me its a free shipping.
Shipping is not free.
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I use 3/8 mainly for engine work. 1/4 if space is cramp.
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Quote from pilotd :
It's probably the most used size by car mechanics.

The metric set goes up to 13mm, that covers 95% of interior work.
Aircraft Mechanics too...but SAE sizes of course. Anyplace where space is limited and torque is low, 1/4 inch is great.
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$24 w/ shipping. Better off at your local Harbor Freight.
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Processing fee kills it.
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Please tell me its a free shipping.
Okay, I won't
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Did Crescent outsource their name or something? like Philips? because I see some stuff at Home Depot with the Crescent name, but highly doubt it's really their products.
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